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-200 hours after I drink it. Well I did the allergy test and it had about 10 things I am allergic. Not dairy. One thing is geotrichum. I looked it up and it said it was found in dairy products ect... I am moderately allergic to it. Does this have anything to do with me feeling sick when I drink milk and sometimes when I eat cheese on stuff?
Here are some more suggestions to increase her calcium sources: Give her yogurt, yogurt smoothies (yogurt, fruit, and ice cream blended), all types of cheeses, ice cream, puddings, put cheese on vegetables or make them with heavy cream sauce. Mix yogurt into fruit and have snack cheese sticks. Make pasta and cheese or add cheese to rice and beans. Some children will accept whole milk if you add chocolate or strawberry flavor mix to it.
He is really wanting to try an organic yogurt that has dragon fruit in it. I have tried to find out if dragon fruit is in the same family as guava or passion fruit, but to no avail.
Does anyone know if they are in the same fruit family??
Anybody else addicted to yogurt?OmG the harvest peach is my ultimate flavor.I dont like milk other than drinking it with my cereal so i have to get calcium in other ways.Its crazy because before my pregnancy i couldn't stand the texture or tast of yogurt and now i eat about two a day.
t like drinking milk much either, so I go for a lot of yogurt, butter, cheese and such. If you have a dairy allergy look for calcium-fortified juices or soy products. A lot of dark green leafy veggies -- collard greens, kale, bok choy, etc -- are also high calcium.
I have two children ages 21months and 5 years. I believe that they have an allergy to milk. It seems like everytime we give them some form of milk,ice cream, yogurt, it seems to make their nose run and cough. for example last night we gave our 21month old ice cream for a dessert after supper. Shes goes to bed at 7:30pm and by 10pm she was up coughing. She didnt have any ice cream the night before and was never up coughing..
Sounds like it could be due to post nasal drip.
Try using a sinus rinse such as the neti pot or sinucleanse.
Another possibility is from an allergy...such as milk, which will cause mucus build up.
With either of these you aren't normally prescribed anything except for allergy sprays, allergy pills, or told to use a sinus rinse and avoid whatever it is that is causing it...so I've learned over the years lol.
I think my 3 yo may have a food allergy, but we have not pinpointed it. His bowel movements have not been normal since he started eating a lot of solids @ 12 months old (even before we weaned him from breast to cow's milk). I took him to the doctor for it once, and she said he keeps picking up viruses, which I don't believe because for one thing, my other 3 kids don't pick them up.
go to vitamin store and buy super high culture count probiotics and then from grocery store some plain yogurt and put a couple capsules (pull apart and mix in yogurt) and add any fruit in season or what he likes , NO SUGAR , maybe 1/2 pac of artificial sugar
water only (tap is best) never buy purified , if store water get spring water is possible
AS TO HIS ALLERGIES u did not say what they r, but allergy shots even for a very short period of time can be 10 x better than u imagine (it is a homeo
ve heard eating yogurt can help fight it, but what about dairy free yogurt? Would eating one container of dairy free yogurt help? I have an allergy to dairy, I looked online and found "so delicious" yogurt which is dairy free. Has anyone tried this or know if this would help me? Is it bad if I have one thing of the yogurt while on the doxycycline hydate medication? My doctor said I could stop taking it after a week if i didn't feel better at all (which I might do).
i consumed flavored yogurt before and had not had allergy(but they were probably gmo i figure).
but recently i thought i was getting a better deal with an on sale plain yogurt which boast like 6 active cultures. and its organic labeled. and the thing was that it racked my mood and i got more mood back after coffee . it made me sick and i felt better after bowel movement.
this made me ran a fever the next day with mild sore throat and inflammation.
i'm allergy to perfume, scent,cologne ,fragrancy, odor, and dust . e.v i have been taking benadryl, zyrtec,fexofenodine hydrochloride ,but i still sneezes , sniffles , itchy nose, watering eyes, any good treatment?
I am a 25 yr old female and I have almost constant stomach discomfort which makes me have to pass gas because its the only way to get any relief. Its bad all the time but even worse at night when I'm lying down. I've tried eating yogurt every day and taking Metamucil, I've also tried gas-x and all that but it hasn't done a thing. I'm so tired of dealing with this and so wondered if anybody could help me.
Sometimes decreasing foods that are common allergy foods can be very helpful. When I stopped drinking milk and eating yogurt and almost eliminated dairy, I stopped needing antihistamines for hayfever.. Dairy is a common one.
I now only have mild symptoms a few days a year!
As a home remedy you can apply natural yogurt to your washed and gently dried private area. Don't use normal soap, this will make things worse. You can use baby washes, non perfumed soaps, or a soap with the same pH level as our skin.
The set yogurt is better with it being thicker than the thin runny one. Only use natural yogurt with no fruit or flavourings in it.
Anyone know the difference between the baby yogurt and normal yogurt? Is there a difference at all? I know there's a difference in price, and for some reason the baby yogurt isn't refridgerated, but that's all I can find. Is it ok to give my son the normal yogurt? He's 8 1/2 months old, and eating finger foods, and stage 3 baby food.
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